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Subject Re: boggling problem with jsp
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2001 04:09:23 GMT
Hi I am having exactly the same problem. But I didn't understand what you 
said. So, pls explain. I have say and add page, i post to the same page and 
do my insert and then redirect to a confirmation page. But I get the output 
of a javascript(.html) file that i had included in my add page, then the 
whole add page(*now blank) and then HTTP 200 OK__---------------- response 
and then the contents of the confirm page . This does not happen when my 
proxy settings are enabled in the browser and i have an internet connection 
thru a proxy. But when disab;led, this does happen.
Please Help!!!! also, how to make a directory URL protected?

Please, i am spending a lot of time on this. If you know, please reply 
immediately.What to do to prevent this?

>From: Marty McKeever <>
>Subject: Re: boggling problem with jsp
>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 13:25:03 -0500
>We've been getting the same behavior using the Tomcat4 beta.
>From our experience this only happens using Internet Explorer (all is good
>in netscape) and is somehow related to the Persistent Connection features
>of IE.
>At 12:25 PM 1/31/01 -0500, you wrote:
>>I am getting some really strange side effects with one of my jsp pages.
>>I have a log-in page for a site I am working on, simple log-in, just type
>>in your email address and password, click submit.  The log-in is working
>>fine but for some reason the next page is not getting loaded into the
>>browser properly every time, it is actually being appended to the bottom
>>of the log-in page:
>><!-- end footer -->
>>HTTP/1.1 200
>>Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 15:58:12 GMT
>>Server: Apache/1.3.12 (Unix)  (Red Hat/Linux) mod_jk mod_perl/1.21
>>Keep-Alive: timeout=15, max=99
>>Connection: Keep-Alive
>>Transfer-Encoding: chunked
>>Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1
>><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
>>... I can't seem to get this to happen in Netscape but it isn't a
>>consistant thing in IE so I am quite confused as to where to look next. It
>>seems almost like some sort of memory buffer for tomcat isn't getting
>>cleared properly and I am getting the old with the new or something...any
>>suggestions? Should I maybe take this to the tomcat-developer list? --
>>Thomas Bartels aka Blossoms the Tact Rat
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